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A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Top Doctors list as well as other medical professionals in the Baltimore area.
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Doctors Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Top Doctors list as well as other medical professionals in the Baltimore area.

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James E. Vogel, MD, FACS

4 Park Center Ct, Suite 100, Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-484-8860
Specialties | Plastic Surgery: Reconstructive | Hair Restoration
Locations | Owings Mills

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In his 30 years of practice, Dr. James E. Vogel, an Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at Johns Hopkins and a consistently voted Baltimore magazine Top Doc, has combined artistry, experience, and compassion into the ultimate patient experience in cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Carrie Houssock, also a Johns Hopkins-trained plastic surgeon brings welcomed new talent and options to the practice.

Dr. Houssock specializes in areas of particular interest to women considering plastic surgery. Specifically, she has expertise in breast lifting and augmentation, body contour surgery following massive weight loss, and vaginal rejuvenation, as well as surgical and non-surgical hair restoration in women. Together, Drs. Vogel and Houssock combine vast experience along with the most up-to-date techniques in the field of cosmetic surgery.

Trust in your surgeon and realistic expectations, according to Drs. Vogel and Houssock, are the most important elements of the doctor-patient relationship. Their philosophy is to provide compassionate surgical care, create very natural-appearing results, and to exceed patient expectations.

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